Emmy Law’s ‘Fairyland’ is not just a song you’ll want to hear

For some, assertiveness in expression can cultivate an image of aggression. Emmy Law shows that sounding soft and sweet doesn’t mean you have to be timid. Fairyland is a pop song brimming with confidence and imagination. With big drums and layered vocal approaches, there’s a large space to fill and it’s done so masterfully. The title evokes a level of creativity that the track certainly delivers. Even if this song may not fit your scene, you may find yourself picturing entirely new scenes as you’re lead through the strong, evolving track.

One of the most welcome additions to the song comes in the form of a truly remarkable bridge. The percussion goes from impressively moving to subtle and stylistic about two-thirds through the song. This brings back that classic structure that millions of songs have sought after from the first time an artist listens to the Beatles. While many believe the structure has been done to death, Emmy Law shows that there is still breath in changing your dynamics and doing something different, if only for a moment. Fairyland is not just a song you’ll want to hear, it’s a place you’ll want to be.

-Paul Weyer

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